jet black

NOUN
  1. a very dark black
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How To Use jet black In A Sentence

  • Behind it stood a tall, middle aged male in a jet black suit, jet black dress shirt and gray tie.
  • Her hair was jet black that day, black as any night, so the cowrie shells woven into her braids looked like a sky full of stars. Cowrie Shells
  • Even he himself could not even begin to imagine, his gangly frame, messy unsettled jet black hair gleaming, his green eyes shining, his huge elephant skin like clothes bagging off of him.
  • Now, any kitten with tufts or streaks of white hair on an otherwise jet black coat will be ignored.
  • Jet black, its curling fringes flapped wildly in the breeze like a young bird struggling to take wing. AMAGANSETT
  • Two of the lambs are jet black, which is rare. Times, Sunday Times
  • The hair was also jet black, and the cheeks were darkened with a slight growth of stubble.
  • It was jet black, and I could tell that the vertebra was from a very young plesiosaur, as the articular facets of the bone were so poorly ossified. "There is no real decay. The flesh is barely bruised"
  • So when Von Teese appeared on the catwalk wearing a floorlength, long-sleeved black dress, caught at her miniature waist with a jet black belt and lushly swagged over her hips and bosom, nothing seemed amiss. Enfant terrible Jean Paul Gaultier puts striptease on the catwalk
  • Back then, her jet black hair fell to her waist, her panyol heritage obvious in her features.
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